Activists drags Kingdom Okere to Court for causing nuisance using a deregistered political platform, with intention of breaching public peace

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Human Right Activists, Barr Ikechukwu Nwaopara, Felix N Orji and Comrade Ihunyere C Solomon, sues the Reformed and Advancement Party(RAP), and its Guber candidate Barr Kingdom Okere, to court for causing nuisance using a deregistered political platform. The case which is slated at the Federal High Court Owerri, in suit No FHC/OW/CS/87/2020 for constituting nuisance and distracting the governor of Imo state, Senator Hope Uzodinma.
The plaintiffs are asking the court to ascertain the status and legitimacy of RAP since it has been deregistered by INEC, due to its inability to meet the provisions of section 225 (a) (b) (c) of the 1999 Constitution as amended at the 2019 general election.
Recalled that INEC had on February 6, 2020, deregistered 74 political parties on the grounds of poor performance at the 2019 general election.
Recently, different court judgements across the country presided over by Justices Okon Abang, Taiwo Taiwo, Anwuli Chikere, Nkeonye Maha, had at separate judgements upheld the deregistration of the political parties.
It is in view of court pronouncements that the plaintiffs have filed the N10million suit against RAP, its Guber candidate Barr Kingdom Okere and all its associates for distracting Governor Hope Uzodinma and constituting legal nuisance, since he is not a member of the APC and whosoever APC fielded shouldn’t be his business, as it is an internal affairs of the APC and that commonsense ought to tell him that the very moment Uche Nwosu accepted the guber ticket of the Action Alliance, was the moment he officially relinquished the APC ticket to Senator Hope Uzodinma whose name was eventually on the APC ballot paper.

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